Italian cars are noted for stirring up emotions. An exotic like a Ferrari or Lamborghini howling down a boulevard can cause passers by to pull out their iPhones like old west gunslingers to snap a photo. A classic Alfa Romeo spider or new 4C parked on the street can easily gather a little crowd too. …
What are the odds of finding an Autobianchi Bianchina in the American west? How about two of them?
The highlights from the show included a Teilhol Tangara and an all-original Fiat 128.
Join us as we check out the car landscape in Rome, Italy.
We think the Fiat 500 Giardiniera would have made a great little pickup.
This 500 is one of the few patina’d example we saw in Rome last month.
Fiat’s archives department has provided us with a full color promotional video that was shot shortly after the 500 was introduced in July of 1957.